Okada's great return has been announced

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Okada's great return has been announced

Last Wednesday, during the airing of a new episode of AEW Dynamite on TBS, Tony Khan, along with the leader of the Undisputed Elite, Adam Cole and the leader of the Bullet Club, Jay White, announced the future airing of a PPV in collaboration between AEW and NJPW.

The event in question will be called Forbidden Door and will be held at the United Center in Chicago, which is the venue and city that started it all through the ALL IN event of 2018. Well, the show in question will not be the only one for the NJPW on American soil in the next period.

In fact, the company has announced that it has two other events in store in May, more precisely on the 14th and 15th of the aforementioned month. On the 14th there will be Capital Collision in Washington DC with the presence of Kazuchika Okada after the last time recorded last summer.

Okada has already carved a formidable legacy for himself.

The great return of Okada

The Japanese sensation has enthralled audiences with epic bouts against the likes of Kenny Omega, Shinsuke Nakamura and AJ Styles. His in-ring work has been lauded by fans and competitors alike.

On the 15th, Collision in Philadelphia will be staged at the famous 2300 Arena, the historic site of Extreme Championship Wrestling where Impact Wrestling recently held a series of TV tapings to prepare for the airing of Rebellion this Saturday.

Obviously, we look forward to understanding the next developments, NJPW itself will provide further updates on the Forbidden Door event. In the meantime, in addition to remembering the ways in which to follow the Japanese federation, or through the television channel AXS TV, the group announces one of the matches for Capital Collision.

Tomohiro Ishii will face Eddie Kingston in a one on one match. Certainly, a contest that NJPW and AEW fans will go crazy for. In addition, the first dispute was also made known for Collision in Philadelphia. AEW roster member Brody King faces off against former Impact Wrestling, Jake Something.

Although Drew McIntyre laughed when the question was posed to him, he did maintain that a match against Kazuchika Okada is something he wants: "I mean I'm not going to say that we're never going to see it ever.

But I will say that I like to have fun. And I like to play out to things online. So, if you notice anything weird about something I say or something I do, there's generally a reason behind it as you noticed. But that's a match I'd love to have if it ever is possible."